We welcome you, whatever your tradition or background, to our vibrant, caring community. At UUCM, we learn and grow together in worship, fellowship, and service to our congregation. We invite you to learn more about us and get involved!
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We will not back down or turn away from oppression but fight against it. We want the world to know our congregation takes a firm stand against racism in its many forms and communicate our commitment to the journey of ensuring that Black Lives Matter.
We gather on the land the Dakota people have called home for generations and where their history and kinship continues to live.
We acknowledge the unpardonable injustices of our forebears that led to their near extinction as a people and culture.
With gratitude and respect, we commit to being mindful caretakers of this sacred land, to name and repair ongoing injustices, and to grow in right relationship with Indigenous people.
UUCM flies our rainbow flag with pride every day,! We celebrate Solidarity Sunday in October and attend Twin Cities Pride celebrations and the People of Faith Rally at the State Capitol in support of same-sex couples every year. We also host workshops, book discussions, movie nights, and speakers regarding LGBTQ issues. We encourage and welcome people of all gender identities & sexual orientations to join us at UUCM.
February 18, 2024 at 10:00 a.m.
Please view a copy of this week's order of service and offering details here.
"What is Fair" led by Rev. Lisa Friedman
As Unitarian Universalists, we believe in the essential worth and equality of all people. But in an inequitable society, we are not all given equal access to the rights and resources we deserve. What would a more fair world ask of us, and what would it mean to answer?
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